Michael Wang is an unlikely pit bull.
He’s slightly built, neatly coiffed and normally dressed in high federal-court style — navy suit, bold yet conservative tie. His speech is interspersed with long pauses and references to 19th century English poetry. And notes he took at Harvard Law School were passed down for years — a distinction that embarrasses him.
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